I grew up in Gig Harbor, often breaking my parents' sleeping rules by listening to Mariners games with one ear on the hallway and one ear on the game. It instilled in me a passion to be a storyteller in radio. I even recorded my own radio show as a kid with a record player and a handheld cassette tape recorder. I think it was mostly Beach Boys and Beatles music. Anyway, I worked at ESPN for nearly 10 years and decided I wanted to pursue my passion for radio and am at the very beginning of my career. I hope. I'm an avid golfer whose desire to play far outstrips my resources to play. I'm an unabashed Seattle sports fan who roots for the M's, Hawks, Dawgs, etc. Anything Seattle. (BRING BACK THE SONICS!) I love escapist movies in which a seemingly normal, quiet person is brought forth to greatness.
State Patrol and Other Agencies Focusing on Preventing Drunk Driving Over Holidays
Drunken or other impaired driving this holiday season will be met with a strong and determined police presence. In a press release sent by the Washington State Patrol, this holiday season will see many emphasis patrols around the state funded by the Washington State Traffic Commission...
Kevin’s Christmas Memory
There are so many times where you stop and remember how things used to be.
Enterprise Challenge Finalists Named
The grand prize of $10,000 and total prizes of $17,500 are down to eight local businesses in the 2014 version of the Enterprise Challenge. The contest is put on by the Yakima County Development Association and Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce...
Christmas Tree Safety One Key to Preventing Holiday Fires
Between the Christmas trees, holiday lights and other decorations, this season is rife with dangers that could lead to household fires.
Saturday Fire Sends One Child to Harborview
A fire on South 10th Avenue sent one child to Harborview and cost a family two pet dogs.
Yakima Tree Lighting Ceremony Friday
The City of Yakima's Christmas Tree has found its way to downtown and now it just waits to be lit up in the annual lighting ceremony.
Bingo in Naches to Raise Money for Community
Residents of the Naches area will be able to warm up their Bingo card hands by participating in the annual Turkey Bingo sponsored by the Naches Lions.
Work on Irrigation System to Improve Water Delivery
Work on a revamped irrigation system in the West Valley area is expected to be completed prior to the spring irrigation season in 2015.
New Snow Plan Being Implemented will Bring Some Leniency
According to a press release, the city will be more lenient early on in the snow removal process since it is a new system for residents.
Suspects of Two Robberies in Tampico in Custody
Two suspects are spending the night in the Yakima County Jail on charges of robbery according to a press release from the Yakima County Sheriff's office.